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 Does the apostrophe denote ownership?

Answer An apostrophe can be used to show ownership, the omission of letters and several other grammatical forms, but the possessive sense (as in ownership) is its most common use. Style manuals differ on ... Read More »
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What does rose gold denote?

Rose gold denotes a type of gold alloy that has a red or pink hue of varying intensity. According to the World Gold Council, mixing gold with copper (primarily) will create rose gold. The more red... Read More »
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What does PC2700 and PC3200 DDR memory denote?

The terms "PC-2700" and "PC-3200" denote computer memory modules that can transfer data at up to 2700 and 3200 megabytes per second, respectively. You may also see the labels DDR-333 and DDR-400, r... Read More »
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Is condominium parking space ownership without unit ownership possible?

No. Read your governing documents to discover parking space ownership options.
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What is the Advantage of condominium ownership versus cooperative ownership?

Depending on your situation, you may find the answer by reviewing the details in the link, below. It's the best comparison of the two that I've found.
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